Can I just tell y'all that I am slacking just a bit. Normally I would have already had this up, but I am slacking. I am a big ole slacker!!!! Ok I am better now.
Also just so you know, the previous post that was made by my wonderful daughter, really was not hijacked, I let her on to say hi to y'all. Please don't pay attention to her grammar and spelling. I promise she really does make good grades. By the looks of the post she does put up you would not be able to tell that she normally reads about 1 to 2 books a week.
Back to my Fro me to you. My friend Melinda is new to blogging, as I have mentioned before. The name of her blog is The World of Lucy. You see we have nicknames at church. She is Lucy, I am Ethel.
We are a bit competitive when it comes to our annual Trunk or Treat that we have at Church each Halloween. It all started when we did our 1950's Soda Shop theme the first year. Then is moved to The Big Top the second year.
Then we did Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory the Third year. Normally we place first, and we sorta enjoy the fact that people are trying to come up with something bigger and better to try to beat us. I mean this is for the children after all. You need to be creative and have fun. No one wants to just walk up to your car and get some candy, whats the fun in that.
So this last Halloween, we had it goin on. We were Lucy and Ethel "The Chocolate Factory Episode"!
We even had a working conveyor belt! It was really cool! We had people come by just to see how that worked. We would put the candy on it and start it up and the candy would go flying. It was great!
We couldn't have had our working conveyor had it not been for our wonderful friend Jeff. You give him an idea and he can make it happen.
Have y'all noticed anything that seems to always be around this conveyor belt?
He happens to be in the corners of all the pictures.
I mean why go to all the other booths to get candy when you have a conveyor belt full of it.
Now just so you all can feel old with us. Hardly any of the kids knew who we were. The adults did, but not the kids. We realized this when one little girl came up to us and said what are you supposed to be, evil lunch room ladies? No little girl, we are not evil lunch room ladies._________
Now their are two little girls who can not be left out of this. I think they would dress up for the rest of their lives on Halloween if they could. So let me introduce you to our neighbors in the next booth.
Cranky Granny 1 and Cranky Granny 2! They were sitting on their "front porch" yelling at the kids as they went by.
Ya know telling them they better stay out of their flowers and stuff like that.
They are both so their mothers daughters. We are so proud!
Lawsey Mercy you could sit a coke can on those things!!!